Last month, the international law enforcement agency Interpol lost its chief, Meng Hongwei, and set out looking for him.
Democratic candidates like Andrew Gillum, in Florida’s race for governor, are betting that enthusiasm from young and minority voters can reshape the region’s politics.
The biggest of the Big Tech companies are quickly positioning themselves as the internet’s thought police, threatening to stamp out one of America’s most cherished freedoms — the right to free speech.
U.S. programs can make the Northern Triangle a better place to live than to leave.
The left is now comfortable in its ideological home. But it’s a house haunted by the spirit of George McGovern.
Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci called on President Trump Wednesday to stop lying and to start focusing on policies ahead of the 2018 midterms.
During an interview on CNN's "New Day," Mr. Scaramucci acknowledged that the president does lie and called him a scoundrel. He said the president ...
In ditching the treaty with Russia, the US president risks an arms race with multiple nuclear powers
Why do liberals continue to lie about Ronald Reagan? Does the Gipper still get under their skin so badly?
On Sunday, the New York Times reported a shocking story: The Trump administration had defined transgender people out of existence.
Many people are focusing on the political biases in the FBI’s treatment of the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns, but the political corruption of the agency goes deeper.
Will the Supreme Court wipe out the government protections that have shielded Americans from abusive business practices since the New Deal?
Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearings shined a bright and ugly light on many people and organizations.
The immigrant caravan moving through Mexico provides a vexing political problem for Democrats, who through their silence imply consent for a breakdown of borders
SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) - Bulgaria's ruling coalition has survived a no-confidence vote called by the opposition, which accused the government of failing to reform the ailing health care system.
The 240-member parliament on Wednesday rejected the motion in a 133-99 vote. Eight lawmakers were absent.
In its motion, the opposition ...
TOKYO (AP) - The Latest on a Japanese freelance journalist freed from Syria (all times local):
A Japanese freelance journalist who was kidnapped three years ago in Syria says he is well and safe in Turkey.
Jumpei Yasuda spoke in brief videotaped comments in English carried online Wednesday ...
NEW YORK (AP) - An ex-New York state Senate leader convicted on public corruption charges wants leniency to spare him from years behind bars.
Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, are set to be resentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood.
Their original convictions were rejected on appeal after ...